In addition to offering traditional Masters and Doctoral degrees in nearly every field of Mathematics, the School participates in several interdisciplinary graduate programs in collaboration with other units on campus. At any given time, we train over 80 PhD and 30 Masters students, as well as several visiting graduate students from all over the world. Our graduate programs are designed so that students will not only obtain a broad perspective in advanced mathematics, through a solid foundation of fundamental courses, but also are exposed to the contemporary applications of mathematics in other disciplines. With about 30 graduate courses offered each Fall and Spring semester, not to mention numerous seminars and colloquia, there is always something of interest for everyone.
The School of Math offers a comprehensive PhD program in Mathematics, as well as four interdisciplinary PhD programs: Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization (ACO); Computational Sciences and Engineering (CSE); Bioinformatics (BINF); and Quantitative Biosciences (QBios).
In addition to an MS program in Mathematics, the School of Math offers three interdisciplinary MS programs: Computational Sciences and Engineering (CSE); Quantitative and Computational Finance (QCF); and Statistics.
Information for applying to the graduate programs in the School of Math, including deadlines, admission requirements, fellowships, and frequently asked questions.
Useful resources and information for current PhD and MS students, including Dissertation and Graduation requirements, Comprehensive Exams, TA guidelines, and travel support.
Director of Graduate Studies is Mohammad Ghomi, who is assisted by Martin Engman and Kenya Payton. Prof. Ghomi overseas all aspects of the graduate program, Dr. Engman assists primarily with advising and assessments, and Ms. Payton is the Academic Assistant of the program.
All inquiries concerning our graduate programs, including questions from prospective and current students, may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.